2D Artwork: Bad Comedy W.I.P.

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  1. StarSaber79

    StarSaber79 Banned

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    Heres a picture I started working on 2 weeks ago. I don't know where to go from here its not looking to swell so far. I'm kind of lost with it any help?
     

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    Looks good so far! Maybe some background?
     
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    I'm working on Starscream right now but I don't think he looks right.
     
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    maybe touch up his left arm a bit. The section between his shoulder and elbow, widen it a bit, leave the forearm as is, bring the lines back for depth.

    his shoulder intake could do with being narrower at the top than the bottom

    but its a question of style and others may have other suggestions.

    Its looking good so far, don't be hard on yourself.
     
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    It looks like you are diving right into angled poses! Awesome.

    The next step would be to look up 1-point and 2-point perspective. And then applying those techniques to your own work. I'll see about making a quick tutorial and sharing it on TFW :) 
     
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    I think you're off to a good start. Something I'll add to the critique here is that both of the figures have pretty static poses, almost like they're at attention. After seeing GrungeWerX's thread, I think I'd advise taking a cue from him and referencing those movie animation cels.

    That sounds awesome, and I look forward to it!
     

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